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... under any bright lights. One of the days we were there we went to Creede, a small mining town about 30 minutes away. It was such a beautiful drive and a very cool town. Mama Anita’s grandfather and great grandfather were miners in Dawson, NM, which is now a ghost town. While we were in Creede, we got to go into a mine for a tour. They made it look just like it was if it were an active mine. I got to go and learned a lot about ...
... and explained mining in those days. It was one of the best bargains we had in CO.
After the mine tour, Sheila and I had to make another decision. Do we continue down the road to Capital City or do we head back to Lake City civilization. Again, the clouds were very dark and it looked like heavy rain soon. So we headed back to Lake City. When we hit the pavement, the sky opened up and heavy rain hit the area. Another good decision ...
... again the food was great and we talked to the owner for a few minutes before heading on out of town. Also, we just HAD to have another cinnamon roll but at least we split it! Our drive on to South Fork was another beautiful one. Once again we were seeing in reverse the scenery we passed through earlier on this trip and it was still very enjoyable. Our campground here isn't as much fun as the one we were in last night, but the price is right ($15/night!) and they had ...
For reasons which you can understand after our day yesterday, we did not jump out of bed singing at the tops of our voices at an early hour (people who can do that are weird anyway!) We made it to breakfast about 8:30 where The Old Fire Station Restaurant had a full breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage, toast, hash browns, bagels, pastries, and coffee. I am not going to know how to cook when we get back ...
... a few years ago and has set up a place that would have to be heaven for rock hounds. They have rocks and minerals from all over the world along with hand made jewelry (I bought a pendant). Also, you can pick up rocks in the slag pile below where he is blasting into the mountain to make a portal into one of the tunnels of the old mine so they can give mine tours maybe next year. There are two miners' shacks that have been restored and he has a donation only fee if you ...